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  Theodore Bundy
Ted Bundy was an attractive, well-educated, and charming young man. However, all of these outwardly expressed qualities were just a façade.
Bundy was a master of deception and a king of disguise.
Bundy's true monster was revealed to those who were his victims and to the public during the days of his trial.
www.geocities.com /serialkillers101/bundy.html   (2135 words)

  
  BBC - Crime Case Closed - Ted Bundy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Bundy's first victim was Lynda Healy, 21, a psychology student at the University of Washington in Seattle, who was abducted from her basement flat.
Bundy was arrested but he remained cool under pressure and explained away the items, he said he needed the balaclava and mask for skiing and had found the handcuffs in a rubbish bin.
Bundy was finally arrested in the early hours of 15 February 1978 as he drove a stolen car towards Pensacola and in June 1979 he went on trial for the sorority house murders.
www.bbc.co.uk /crime/caseclosed/tedbundy1.shtml   (1376 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Bundy was so far removed from other serial killers in his level of deprivation, Keppel argues, that he was teetering on the brink of a 'fl hole' of violence, encompassing acts of murder we have yet to encounter.
In mid-January of 1975, Bundy was in Colorado.
Bundy was convicted of the Levy and Bowman murders and sentenced to death on July thirty-first.
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 Serial Killer Ted Bundy
Bundy escaped and refused to later confess to this crime, but similarities to later attacks and the fact that he definitely lived in Seattle at the time make it more than likely that he was the attacker.
Bundy's mugs hot was shown to DeRonch, but she could not positively identify him as her attacker, though the teacher from Bountiful recognized Bundy as the man she saw backstage at the school play during which Kent was abducted.
Bundy was not finished in his fight to avoid death and he attempted to hold his coveted confessions as bait to obtain another stay.
www.francesfarmersrevenge.com /stuff/serialkillers/ted.htm   (4734 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Ted Bundy was a graduate of the University of Washington.
Ted Bundy was convicted and sent to Colorado to stand trial.
Bundy’s trial began on 25 June 1979, and the evidence against him was damning: a witness who had seen him leaving the sorority house after the attacks.
www.auschwitz.dk /mcbundy.htm   (855 words)

  
 Bastard, Ted Bundy and the Rise of Israel
Ted Bundy's beginnings go back to 22-year old Eleanor Louise Cowell of Philadelphia, who was seduced by an Air Force veteran and later salesman; or possibly, the pregnancy was due to her violent, somewhat deranged father, as defense attorneys claim.
Bundy could feign car trouble, or put his arm in a cast, and ask for help from a young, stupid girl; and she would soon be handcuffed or knocked unconscious and lying in his car.
Bundy was captured in Pensacola in Escambia County #9, for the Plagues of Egypt, in February 1978.
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 Ted Bundy Summary
Ted Bundy, perhaps the most notorious serial killer in American history, was executed amidst much media attention in Florida on the morning of January 24, 1989, for the murder of a 12 year-old girl.
Bundy was convicted in the kidnapping and assault of a young Utah woman, sent to prison, and later extradited to Colorado to stand trial for murder.
Bundy had one serious relationship with a college freshman whom Rule referred to by the pseudonym "Stephanie Brooks." She ended the relationship, fed up with what she described as Bundy's immaturity and lack of ambition, and they separated for a period of roughly two years.
www.bookrags.com /Ted_Bundy   (4381 words)

  
 Ted Bundy: The Poster Boy of Serial Killers by David Lohr
Bundy was born Theodore Robert Cowell on November 24, 1946, in Burlington, Vermont.
Bundy treated her well and took on the role of a father figure for her young daughter.
Following Bundy's execution, in an unusual twist, his remains were cremated at the request of his family and spread over the mountains in Washington State, where the bodies of several of his victims had been discovered.
www.crimemagazine.com /ted_bundy.htm   (3249 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Ted Bundy is a striking contrast to the general image of a "homicidal maniac": attractive, self-assured, politically ambitious, and successful with a wide variety of women.
The lucky women had declined, but one had followed "Ted" to where his small Volkswagen "bug" was parked; there was no sign of any sailboat, and his explanation - that the boat would have to be retrieved from a house "up the hill" - had aroused her suspicions, prompting her to put the stranger off.
Carol Da Ronch identified Ted Bundy as the man who had attacked her in November, and her testimony was sufficient to convict him on a charge of attempted kidnapping.
www.carpenoctem.tv /killers/bundy.html   (1434 words)

  
 Todo Leyendas . com> Asesinos y asesinatos> Ted Bundy
Bundy se crió en casa de su abuelo, un hombre violento que pegaba a su mujer.
Ted Bundy espera plácidamente su entrada al juicio.
Ted Bundy fue ejecutado en la silla eléctrica nueve años después de su sentencia, el 24 de enero de 1989, tras haber sido culpado por haber asesinado a 14 jóvenes.
www.todoleyendas.com /leyendas/Asesinos_y_asesinatos/Ted_Bundy.php   (1111 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Ted Bundy is estimated to have murdered between 35 to 50 young women in almost a dozen states.
Ted Bundy puttered about in a Volkswagen Beetle and used such ruses as feigning a broken arm to seek help from women, with dark hair with center parts, he would lead his victims into his car and to their death.
Ted Bundy was electrocuted in January 24, 1989.
www.ohnonews.com /bundy.html   (140 words)

  
 The Shape Shifter
Ted had thusfar been raised to believe that his mother was his sister, and that his grandparents were his parents.
Ted's interests in politics began early, and high school was a stepping stone for his work with the republican party.
After Bundy was arrested for kidnapping, authorities began to take an interest in him as the killer they had been chasing.
devibathory.tripod.com /thebloodonmyhands/id7.html   (907 words)

  
 What we learned from Ted Bundy
Ted Bundy acknowledged that he deserved the death penalty, even though there were anti-death penalty demonstrators outside his prison cell up until the moment of his execution.
Bundy's last words of confession and warning about pornography are an echo of statistics, research, and reports conducted within the last decade about the link between pornography and sexually violent crime.
Ted Bundy's confessions to Dr. James Dobson - a leader of the largest segment of pro-family forces in the U.S. - promises to fuel the nationwide efforts being made on the state and local levels to eliminate the pornography problem.
www.forerunner.com /forerunner/X0332_Ted_Bundy.html   (1387 words)

  
 Ted Bundy Biography | World of Criminal Justice
With only circumstantial evidence, however, the prosecutors assigned to Bundy's case decided that their best bet of convicting him was by charging him with the attempted abduction of Durance, who would be able to identify him as the perpetrator at trial.
Bundy lost the case and was sentenced to up to fifteen years in prison.
Bundy was brought to separate trials in Florida for the three murders that he committed during his escape from his original kidnapping sentence.
www.bookrags.com /biography/ted-bundy-cri   (648 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Also, there was the small matter of Ted having been separated from his parents at the age of four -- when his (much older) sister moved out-of-state and took him with her for some unfathomable reason.
On death row, Ted's escape plan was thwarted by a random inspection, which revealed that he had sawed through the bars of his cell.
Ted even held out as a bargaining chip the possibility that he would reveal the locations of his missing victims.
www.rotten.com /library/bio/crime/serial-killers/ted-bundy   (1086 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Ted Bundy was finally executed in Florida after numerous murders of young women in Washington, Utah, Colorado and Florida.
The young Ted was known to torture animals, was obsessed with knives, and engaged in voyeurism.
Ted Bundy is also Known as; Robert Bundy, Rapist, Serial Killer, Ted Buddy, and Ned Bundy.
www.allserialkillers.com /ted_bundy.htm   (156 words)

  
 Ted Bundy, Serial Killer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Clean-cut serial killer Theodore "Ted" Bundy confessed to 28 killings, but other estimates indicate that he killed as many as 33 to 100 female victims during the 1970's.
Bundy, a law student at one time, served as his own attorney, but his smooth talking was not able to escape a sentence of death.
The hundreds of people holding a vigil outside the prison held up signs such as "Burn Bundy Burn", and celebrated once news of his death was announced.
www.celebritymorgue.com /ted-bundy   (112 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Ted Bundy: DVD: Michael Reilly Burke,Boti Bliss,Julianna McCarthy,Jennifer Tisdale,Michael Santos,Anna Lee ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
For example, Bundy is seen kidnapping his last victim, "Suzanne," but then footage from the actual press conference after his execution is shown, and is it said he was executed for the murder of Kimberly Diane Leach (her real name).
Bundy himself said serial killers are husbands, brothers, sons, etc. I just think there was another way that point could have been made, and I found the children distracting from the story as a whole.
To Bundy, the victims were obviously playthings but to continue to perpetrate that myth years later is disrespectful to the victims themselves and their families.
www.amazon.com /Ted-Bundy-Michael-Reilly-Burke/dp/B00006HAWV   (2108 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Ted Bundy (2002) is a reasonably accurate depiction of the man that the term serial killer was invented for.
And perhaps this is really a horror film in the deepest sense, because the greatest horror of all is that this is a true story and he was a real man, and if he had came calling on our daughters, we would have been pleased to see such a polite, educated, respectful fellow.
Based on this description, this film is a C. Essentially the docudrama approach, with a fairly graphic portrayal of Bundy's treatment of his victims, as well as of his own electrocution.
www.fakes.net /tedbundy.htm   (968 words)

  
 TED BUNDY COLLECTIBLES & AUTOGRAPHS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Ted Bundy Theodore Robert Bundy Death Warrant, State Of Florida.
Each page was initialed by Ted Bundy and his full signature appears on page 5 with the witnesses and the notarization.
Ted Bundy - 8 1/2 x 11 reproduction on cardstock paper from an original 1970's wanted poster when Bundy had escaped while awaiting trial at the Pitkin County Courthbouse in Colorado.
www.supernaught.com /crimefiles/bundy1.html   (281 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Bundy sobbed and pleaded not to be sent to prison; but the judge sentenced him to a period between one and fifteen years.
Three weeks later, surrounded by hefty guards, Bundy allowed impressions of his teeth to be taken, for comparison with the marks on the buttocks of the dead student, Lisa Levy.
Bundy then made a last-minute attempt to save his life by offering to bargain murder confessions for a reprieve but failed.
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 Ted Bundy
Bundy was born out of wedlock and spent his early years ih Vermont living with his grandparents.
Bundy's killer instincts may have started when he was a 14-year-old paperboy.
Bundy gave his only death row interview to founder of Focus on the Family, a California-based ministry that later moved to Colorado Springs.
www.karisable.com /skazbund.htm   (1469 words)

  
 Ted Bundy
Bundy broke into the two halls of residence and went from room to room, attacking women with the same oak branch.
Bundy was given 1 - 15 years imprisonment in 1975 for the aggravated kidnapping of Carol DaRonch.
It was shown by studying dental records and x-rays of Bundy's teeth that it was Bundy who had left a bite mark on Levy's bottom.
web.ukonline.co.uk /ruth.buddell/bundy.htm   (374 words)

  
 Ted Bundy, notorious serial killer - The Crime Library - The Crime library
Ted Bundy, notorious serial killer - The Crime Library - The Crime library
Joni was one of the few victims to survive an attack by Ted Bundy, who reigned terror across the United States between 1974 and 1978.
It is a number that Bundy has carried with him to his grave.
www.crimelibrary.com /serial_killers/notorious/bundy/index_1.html   (650 words)

  
 Bundy Confession Tapes Revealed For The First Time - SeattleInsider News Story - KIRO Seattle
Bundy brags and laughs while admitting to murdering 11 young women here in Washington.
On this last tape, Bundy claims to have cremated the skulls of several victims in his girlfriend's fireplace.
We recently contacted Ted Bundy's mother, who still lives in Tacoma, asking that she break a 25-year silence in speaking about her son.
www.kirotv.com /seattleinsider/news/4182402/detail.html   (789 words)

  
 Ted Bundy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
They told her that they had already checked on Bundy; but at the suggestion of the Seattle Police, Carol DaRonch was shown Bundy’s photograph.
She tentatively identified it as resembling the man who had tried to abduct her, but was obviously far from sure.
Carol DaRonch had meanwhile identified Bundy from a police line-up, and bloodspots on her clothes - where she had scratched her assailant - were of Bundy’s group.
library.thinkquest.org /C007102/Murderers/bundy.htm   (515 words)

  
 Were my Raquel Welch and Michael Jackson portraits painted by Ted Bundy?
Given Al Bundy's fictional ontology, the next-most-famous Bundy name has to be that of executed, electrocuted serial killer Theodore Robert "Ted" Bundy (sorry, McGeorge).
As far as I know Bundy did not produce much artwork and most people that I have spoken to do not know either, mainly because Bundy was executed before serial killer art was really collected by many people.
I was one of Ted Bundy's lawyers in Utah in 1975-76, and I stayed in touch with him when he was in Colorado and Floriday.
www.deuceofclubs.com /randumb/bundy   (925 words)

  
 Ted Bundy FBI Files
From 1974 to 1978 Ted Bundy committed an unresolved number of murders in Colorado, Florida, Utah and Washington.
On June 7, 1977, after Bundy was convicted of kidnaping Carol Daronch in Salt Lake City, he was in the Aspen Colorado courthouse for a hearing dealing with a first degree murder charge.
On December 31st, 1977 Bundy escaped from Garfield County Jail by losing 30 pounds and slithering through a crawl space.
www.paperlessarchives.com /bundy.html   (130 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Biography - Ted Bundy: Video: A & E Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Ted Bundy stands out from other serial killers, not for his actual deeds, but for the way he attracted his victims.
And people who knew Bundy offer a view of the other side of the killer the seemingly normal, charming man who kept his dark side hidden until it was time to kill.
I know a lot about Ted Bundy, having read and watched a lot of documentaries and movies about him but I had never seen the real Ted and didn't quite understand how people could trust him having seen the evil stare on some pictures.
www.amazon.com /Biography-Ted-Bundy-E/dp/B000006QEJ   (1072 words)

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